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13-15th November 2022
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Ossama Ebeid
Partner at Ebeid Law Firm (Egypt)


Ossama is a Qualified Attorney and legal advisor in Egypt since 2009 where he has handled major corruption and business criminal cases including the oral pleadings at Court, especially after the Egyptian change of political power in the 11th of February 2011 such as defending former minister of irrigation, who was found not-guilty, in a business criminal case related to an alleged conspiracy with a high profile Kuwaiti investment company (2018). Since 2015, he is representing one of the most eminent companies in the real-estate sector in the Gulf area against the board of owners of one of its main projects in Cairo regarding a 55 million EGP dispute as well as representing the CEO of one of the Egyptian banks in an insider trading case involving former President Mubarak two sons since 2012 till now and regarding a dispute amount of 2 billion EGP.

Ossama has also collaborated with multiple International law firms in providing legal consultation concerning the Egyptian law against corruption and concerning three business criminal cases against Egyptian businessmen in the sector of tourism and real-estate amongst other cases.

Ossama regularly act as an expert in anti-corruption matters and business crimes related to the Arab Region. 

Ossama is also Professor of Criminal law - Associate Dean at the Cairo University School of law since December 2017 and has various publications in the field of business criminal law such as The criminal liability in the banking law (2009), The electronic surveillance in criminal law (2009) and The criminal liability in the field of competition and anti-monopoly crimes (2014).